Hardware Engineer

Position: Full Time | Location: Melbourne | Reports To: Hardware Team Leader

About Lumen Freedom


Since 2016 Lumen Freedom has been at the forefront of Wireless Electric Vehicle Charging (WEVC) and is recognised across the globe for a number of world firsts, including a fully certified OEM WEVC system. Lumen Freedom’s headquarters in Melbourne Australia features a dedicated technical centre, that sets a benchmark for Design, Development and Manufacturing of WEVC systems. Supported by a team of professional engineers, Lumen Freedom continue to set the standard for WEVC development across the mobility and infrastructure sectors.


Lumen Freedom is an equal opportunity employer, looking for highly skilled and motivated professionals who embrace the company’s core values. If you feel you have the passion and drive to be part of a dynamic team dedicated to making the world a better place by reimagining vehicle electrification, we would love to hear from you.

Role Purpose


Responsible for the design, integration and testing of Wireless Electric Vehicle Charging hardware systems to meet internal and customer requirements.

Business Accountabilities

  • To work alongside fellow team members with integrity, honesty, and reliability.

  • To be able to build and support a strong, respectful, supportive team so as to achieve department and business set KPI’s.

  • Abide by all occupational health and safety, and environmental requirements of Lumen ensuring all systems & procedures relating to SAFETY are adhered to.

  • General duties as directed by management.

Principal Accountabilities

  • Broad design of data acquisition systems capability and low noise embedded electronics. 

  • Provide your expertise in designing FPGA’s, microcontroller and microprocessor based embedded electronic PCB assemblies.

  • Follow the defined hardware design processes for schematic captures (Altium), circuit calculations, component selections, PCB layouts, design EMC and documentation requirements. 

  • Perform system level hardware design and documentation using defined toolsets.

  • Conduct and participate in PCB assembly design reviews.

  • Create and execute component and system level DVPR test plans.

  • Write and review test reports for tests that are conducted.

  • Support the integration of both hardware and software systems.

Key Skill Sets

  • Bachelor degree or similar qualification in Electronics Engineering.

  • Demonstratable Experience in PCB design

  • Ability to work autonomously while leveraging the team environment to ensure optimal product design outcomes.

  • Excellent communication skills, both written and verbal.

  • Ability to multitask and effectively prioritise workloads to complete tasks within time constraints.

  • High attention to detail.